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Dangerous Exposure

3.27  ·  Rating Details  ·  26 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
If Angela Grace, reporter for The Postulator, hadn’t seen the gorgeous naked man with her own eyes—and shot some rousing photographs to boot—who would have believed her? Yet, there he stood in all his glory staring up at the full moon in the deep woods of the Colorado foothills. It wasn’t until the tabloid ran the titillating photo on the cover that she found out, Blaze Tr ...more
Kindle Edition, 53 pages
Published by Wild Rose Press (first published August 3rd 2010)
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Barbara Phinney
Dec 05, 2014 Barbara Phinney rated it it was amazing
Angela Grace is looking for the next big scoop, and finds it in a hunky and very naked man. Little does she know he's about to morph into a werewolf, and he's coming after her. Not to kill her but to save her!
Gardiner does an excellent job setting up whole new worlds and this is no exception. The book is short, but packs a punch. A real keeper!
Apr 19, 2011 Marsha rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Adult Paranormal Romance Lovers
"Dangerous Exposure" can only be described as a short story. The premise for the book was interesting but the brevity of the book spoiled my reading enjoyment. If I tried to write a review of the plot, I would end up telling you the entire story because there just there just is not enough there. It is a shame too because the plot had promise.
Billie Maureen
Aug 28, 2013 Billie Maureen rated it it was ok
I love Lina Gardiner books but what was the point of this book. It's 58 pages and should of been made into a book. I was confused. Don't bother reading this book but definitely check out her other books. I highly enjoyed those.
Amber Gray
Jun 04, 2015 Amber Gray rated it did not like it
Shelves: paranormal, 2013
This short story really didn't do anything for me, I didn't like the characters nor did I believe they had any feelings for each other.
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Lina Gardiner was born and raised in New Brunswick. She has a deep appreciation of the beauty and the special attributes of her province. As a test to see if she could make it as a writer, she wrote an article on the Fundy Trail Parkway and got the cover story in the magazine We're Home New Brunswick.

That was her sign to dive into her lifelong dream of writing. After that, she wrote a short story
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